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the tennessee valley, where the death toll has climbed to as many as 27. from indiana to tennessee alabama, the tornado touched down and destroy that small towns. we have complete coverage with senior meteorologist bob ryan, but first, horace holmes is in the satellite center with the latest on the damage and the graphic video. >> photographers from all over captured video. as you watch, it is frightening how deadly the twisters are. this is one of the twisters as it crosses southern indiana beginning its path of destruction in henryville. the tv crew capturing this footage had to seek shelter. bu>> we are inside. >> the wind, lightning and hail. after the storm blew through indiana -- >> there was debris everywhere. i thought it was a dream. >> this is what was left behind, 300 homes destroyed several people killed. at a high school was blown apart. >> the teacher said it was going to be bad. >> in indiana emergency crews are still scrambling. >> they are looking to see if there are victims trapped. they have their work cut out. >> indiana officials say henryville was wiped out. the huge
. susan mcguiness begins our coverage in the small town of henryville, indiana where residents are trying to recover. reporter: wayne jones is sifting through what's left of his henryville, indiana home. >> up here in the tree is the brains of the mobile home. reporter: a tornado demolished this town, sending a school bus into a building, dropping a tractor-trailer on a gas station and sheering the walls off of homes. terry kirk went to inspect the convenience store where she used to work. >> i don't see any possible way anybody could have survived in this. reporter: the tornado that came through henryville moved with such force it blew the back wall off of the high school gym here. devastation like this stretches across the midwest and south. a shot from the air shows the storm's path through kentucky. in the town of west liberty, the national guard joined state police searching for survivors. residents who got out alive aren't allowed to go home yet. >> the area has been declared as martial law and we're asking everybody to stay out. as you can see, it's a very dangerous area. report
. the latest storms hit indiana, ohio, kentucky and the deep south. you're looking at video which shows a huge tornado hitting henryville, indiana. authorities there say tornadoes wiped out some rural communities. and as you can see, some towns were just flattened. survivors describe it as complete destruction. coming up at 7:30, we'll have a live report from henryville, where a tornado leveled neighborhoods there and swept school buses into buildings. >>> this morning in san francisco a few dozen people who cannot afford health insurance will receive much- needed medical care. and some of these procedures will potentially save their lives. allie rasmus is live this morning at the kaiser perm a medical center in the city with more. >> reporter: we're outside kaiser hospital, and through these entrance doors here there are 30 people who are about to undergo surgery this morning for free. it's part of a program kaiser has been doing for nearly 20 years. this is video from past years called operation access, and the goal is to help low income and uninsured people in the community, there are lot o
lady antebellum is lending a voice to help a tornado-ravaged community in indiana. they will play a concert at a school. and schools across the country campaign on behalf of henryville high school. there you have it. that is what they're doing. [ singing ] >>> is he not the cutest? this 2-year-old is from canada. she loved to sing adele's song like you. her mom taped her sining it and posted it on "youtube." it has received more than a million hits since it was posted just two weeks ago. i would listen to her all morning. stay with us. if you're in the market for historic real estate, you don't have to travel very far. the properties in our city that are up for grabs. >>> a call for action. unarmed florida teen gunned down while visiting his father's community. we have details on that just ahead. >>> another live picture of the san diego zoo. we'll show you these penguins all morning long because they're too cute. we'll be right back. buying this juicer online was unbelievable. what a bargain! [ female announcer ] sometimes a good deal turns out to be not such a good deal. but new
minster, he graduated from anderson university in indiana and indiana university law school in indianapolis. he joined the fbi in minneapolis. he went on to work in new york before moving to the bureau's headquarters in washington to supervise organized crime. since 1999 when he helped lead the inquiry into the crash of egypt's flight 990, he worked on some of the nation's highest profile cases involving national security. after the 9/11 attacks, he was put in charge of the fbi's counter terrorism branch eventually becoming the bureau's director of counter terrorism and counter intelligence. he led was was involved in high profile investigations including the 2003 suicide bombings in saudi arabia and the break up of a plot to bomb new york city subways in 2009 and late they're year, the case of the would be underwear bomber on the detroit-bound jet on christmas day. he took part in the attempted car bombing in times square in 2010. he was named deputy director and serving in the number two position when president obama tapped him to fill the top spot of the tsa. today he ove
with snow. a blanket of wet snow is covering the indiana town of henryville. a tornado friday devastated that town. indiana officials say the snow will slow the clean-up effort because it's making things slippery and concealing some potential hazards. >>> parts of kentucky are also getting snow. the national weather service issued a winter weather advisory for much of the state. >>> in north carolina three children from the same family were sucked from their home by a tornado but survived with relatively minor injuries. their mother latonya stevens says she has no recollection of the tornado. she remembers being on the second floor of the home sitting in the hallway and the next thing she knows she was still sitting down but only one of her four children were still sitting beside her. >> i just held her and i started rocking and i started praying and i didn't know after that. i just started screaming. >> you can see the incredible damage that tornado did to her house. the tornado sucked two of la tonya's children into the backyard. a third was thrown more than 50 feet, but again cuts and
tornadoes have been confirmed. people cleaning up the mess in indiana are now dealing with snow, adding insult to injury. >>> this morning we're hearing from an indiana mother who used her own body to shield her two kids from the storm. stephanie decker picked up her children from school early in henryville, indiana. all three went into the basement before the tornado and waited out the storm. from her hospital bed, she talked about what happened once the tornado hit. >> as soon as the glass broke, the house started shifting. he was crying, and he was screaming. he's 8. so -- and reece is 5. i took a blanket, and i -- i pulled it over my children, and i tied it in a knot. i tied it so they were in this blanket tied in a knot. and everything started hitting my back, beams, pillars, furniture. everything was just slamming into my back. but i had my children in the blanket, and i was on top of them. and i was reaching around holding them. they were screaming, mommy, i can't live without you. i don't want to die. >> even a storm isn't stronger than a mother's love. stephanie lost parts of b
's happened will be devastating. and the small town is not alone, this is henryville indiana, another town rocked by a violent storm. dozens of apparent tornadoes tore across the country's midsection, levels homes, buildings, anything in its path. >> catastrophic, you see these things in the media with you guys but you don't have an understanding of it until you see it in person. >> it's just nuts right here. there's people's lives in danger with these storms,. >> reporter: the fury unleashed early starting in alabama, ripping off roofs and snapping power lines. as the day rolls on so did the storm gaining in intensity. storms brought heavy rains, golf ball sized hail and ferocious winds. there are multiple reports of winds and hail. one man returned to find his home of 30 years reduced to a pile of rubble. >> this is real life stuff here. >> it's now time to clear blocked roads. in illinois already beaten down from the ef4 twister. resident can only hope that their spared. reporting from nashville, sandra endo for ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a storm chaser captured this video of the tornado
will be devastating. and the small town is not alone, this is henryville indiana, another town rocked by a violent storm. dozens of apparent tornadoes tore across the country's midsection, levels homes, buildings, anything in its path. >> catastrophic, you see these things in the media with you guys but you don't have an understanding of it until you see it in person. >> it's just nuts right here. there's people's lives in danger with these storms,. >> reporter: the fury unleashed early starting in alabama, ripping off roofs and snapping power lines. as the day rolls on so did the storm gaining in intensity. storms brought heavy rains, golf ball sized hail and ferocious winds. there are multiple reports of winds and hail. one man returned to find his home of 30 years reduced to a pile of rubble. >> this is real life stuff here. >> it's now time to clear blocked roads. in illinois already beaten down from the ef4 twister. resident can only hope that their spared. reporting from nashville, sandra endo for ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a storm chaser captured this video of the tornado that hit henryville
henryville, indiana, stephanie decker heard it. >> i knew it was coming. i knew that just staying in your home, wasn't going to work. >> reporter: grabbing her 8-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter, she dove into the basement. combining grit with good sense, she grabbed a comforter, wrapping them up and covering them with her body. >> my daughter's like, i don't like this. i know, honey. i could see the wind. i could see it blowing. and the window blew out. and the house started to move. >> reporter: moments later, the 8,000-square-foot home imploded in a cascade of debris, crushing stephanie's legs. >> i knew if i didn't get help soon, i was not going to make it. i was going to bleed out. >> reporter: but her children, unscathed. and it was for them that stephanie forced herself to stay conscious. >> they needed me. they had to have me. so, i had to figure out what to do. and my son is a hero. he went to go get help. >> to look at it, you wouldn't think anybody could survive. >> reporter: today, in the rubble of her house, her in-laws told me how alone in the dark, stephanie took out he
. >>tonya francisco continues to follow the story entrance is live from the crown point indiana location with the latest on the investigation >>by late in the evening the person of interest turned himself in and his vehicle was impounded investigated by the crime laboratory >>for correctional officers were struck while jogging one of them was killed three others injured seriously ... the driver did not stop ... last night a vigil was held for the slain officer ... earlier in the day the sheriff released information to the media found at the scene that helped narrow down the suspect vehicle ... during the vigil last night the sheriff was confident that his department was close to making an arrest >>we're very positive on a solution to this soon. things are looking good. >>just a few hours after the interview the person of interest was in custody being questioned by detectives all of the evidence collected will be turned ever to the lake county prosecutor from their charges will be filed ... that will be followed by a press conference with details of the suspected hit and run driver wh
's final four dreams have been dashed. >> hakeem dermish has highlights from their matchup with indiana in this morning's "sports minute." >> good morning, everyone. your "sports minute" begins with nfl news. quarterback rex grossman has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the redskins. grossman threw 16 touchdowns and 20 interceptions last season. >>> now to the ncaa tournament. today, georgetown matches up against 11-seed nc state. the hoyas are coming off a 15-point win against belmont. now, georgetown trying to earn a spot in the sweet 16 for the first time since 2007. the hoyas and wolfpack scheduled to tip off this afternoon at 12:15. >>> in portland, oregon, the vcu taking on four-seed indiana. 20 seconds to go, game tied at 61. will sheehy knocks down the jumper, part of a 15-4 hoosiers run. last chance for the rams. rob brandonberg for the win. no good. they edge vcu and the hoosiers will play number one seed kentucky in the sweet 16. the wildcats' only loss in the regular season was to the hoosiers. >>> women's ncaa tournament, two-seed maryland hosting 15-seed navy. aly
to the basket. >>> kentucky, indiana. the ncaa top-draw tonight . kentucky they've got more than likely four first round draft choices. darius miller. 102-90. they'll face baylor on sunday. >>> other winners , baylor, north carolina, and kansas. >>> andrew bogut hoping to shake an injury. >> it's always great to play in the olympic games. the greatest for your country, and i've been fortunate enough to go to two. i'd like to go to three, but if i'm not 110% healthy, i'm not going to go to the olympic games. >> you know what you do for as much time as you're going to spend, haven't prorated your contract, and let the government pay for your time. [ laughter ] >> that's a good one! it might not fly down there, but we'll give it a go! >> i appreciate you getting to see that. that's investigative reporting. you know what i mean? when you get involved with the australian government, it takes me from a little toy department guy to a head of state dealing with heads of state. >> that doesn't happen every day. >> couple times a week. >>> golf is going to be pretty hot this weekend. tiler woods a c
indiana. the heart. terrell brown, cbs news, ridgeway, illinois. >> protecting your cell phone from wet threats. the new technology that claims to waterproof your lifeline. >>> and google is self-driving. on the road to becoming lee git. i'm kit with a live report coming up. >>> an opportunity that is out of this world. how you can get a job looking for aliens. >>> sneak peek into the future tonight. californians could some day own a driverless automobile. that might happen sooner rather than later. kit on how the cars work and the plan to establish some safety rules. >> state senator, alex padilla rolled up in one of google's cars today, underscoring point that for years the company has been driving within the gray area of the law. >> vehicles are not prohibited in state law currently, but they are not permitted either. i mean, we were drafting vehicle code 50 years, who would have thought? >> the fact is, google engineers have been working on the self-driving cars for the last decade, driving them all over the bay area. senator padilla introduced a bill that instructed them to come
launched by a tornado through a diner in henryville, indiana. do you remember these pictures? it happened earlier this month. new video from inside the bus. it shows us exactly what happened moments before the bus driver and her children escaped this terrifying disaster. >> are you guys okay? >> reporter: school bus driver angel perry is trying to calm her students as race to dodge that f-4 tornado begins. >> we're going to go to the baptist church. >> i put my hands down. i said dear, lord what do i do? >> reporter: she quickly radios a dispatcher. with chaos all around her, she makes a rash decision. >> we're going back to the school. count how many kids we have, please. 11. thank you so much. if anybody needs to call their parents, we're going back to the school. >> i can't. i don't know my parents' number. >> we'll call when we get to school. >> tornado on the ground. i see the tornado on the ground. >> if you have a book to put over your head, do it. get in the middle. >> they have a minute and a half to get out of the way and find cover. >> there's a tornado right there, guys. look
weather note. two weeks after a series of devastating tornadoes in southern indiana, some remarkable images have emerged. surveillance cameras inside henryville junior/senior high school captured the tornado there. hitting the school and blowing parts of it away. and the most dramatic scene was in the gym. the force of the tornado and the vacuum, it sucked the debris out of the building, leaving a skeleton of what it was once was. >>> we turn to politics and the republican battle for delegates as they look forward to primaries in puerto rico tomorrow and illinois on tuesday. as they campaign today rick santorum and mitt romney showed their dramatically different styles. ron mott has the latest for us tonight. >> reporter: if they were movies rick santorum's campaign might be the low key independent breakout. while mitt romney's cast a look of a big-studio blockbuster. fireworks and all. differences in tone and budget that santorum noted at an event today in missouri with signs of romney everywhere. >> and money isn't going to buy this election. vision and character and authenticity a
for women. researchers from indiana found some women can expert or gasms when they are -- or gasms when they are doing certain exercises. weight lifting and yoga. 40% of women surveyed claimed it happened to them more than ten times. >>> police are investigating break ins at two medical facilities, authorities are wondering for the crimes are politically motivated. two offices have been broken in to in the last two weeks. the thieves took laptop computers, all laptops stolen contain professional and personal information of more than 1000 doctors. the part that has law enforcement think they are connected is because they are lobbying against antiabortion bills by the general assembly in the state. >>> this morning, the mayor of a town in alabama has kept secret from his residents. he worked under cover for the fbi. he was working to put illegal gamers out of business. harris was wearing wires for the fbi and made an agreement with the now defendants to keep quiet about gaming facilities. the plea deal was entered on thursday in exchange for a lesser sentence. >>> a school district in mas
of five survive a tornado in indiana, sheltering them in his mobile home. but it swept them away, ultimately killing all five, including 14-month-old angel. miller survived but said he saw death at his door. >> i put my arm over angel and got her to get down. i was like, down. i said, lay down flat. i just kind of reached my arm, get in close, lay down flat. that's the only thing i remember saying. i just started praying. >> reporter: a mother in indiana successfully used her body to shield her two kids, but she ended up losing one leg above the knee and the other leg above the ankle. >> i was reaching around holding them and trying to keep everything away from them so it didn't hit them. i had two steal beams on my legs, and i couldn't move. i was stuck. >> reporter: and a man in missouri got something precious back. >> i gave this to my wife 10 years ago. i kept digging and digging until we got to where it was at. in all this here, how do you find it? i called her and she was crying. >> reporter: meanwhile, kentucky senator says fema has started damage assessment in west libert
of small town life reemerging. jay gray is in henryville, indiana with more on the cleanup. >> as families continue to pour through all of the splintered wood and twisted metal, suddenly signs of recovery are showing up. this morning the new washington state bank reopened. there was no power so no computers, all the transactions had to be written out by hand much working by hand is something most are getting used to here. in some places a brick at a time. before the storm, carrie's beauty salon and house set side by side. now, what's left of both is scattered for miles. >> we have to start over from scratch. >> because she doesn't know how to get over everything that's happened. >> there are no words to put together to describe that very moment. >> reporter: for others the word is simple and obvious, it's hero. as the tornado was tearing away her home and everything around them. stephanie refused to let it take her children. >> i was reaching around holding them. >> she saved her little boy and girl. but flying debris left her crippled. >> i had two steel beams on my legs. >> fighting thro
in indiana and indiana university law school in indianapolis. he joined the fbi in indianapolis. he went on to work in new york before heading to the headquarters in washington to supervise the organized crime section. since 1999 when he helped lead the inquiry into the crash of egypt flight 990 in nantucket, massachusetts, he has worked with the nation's highest profile cases involving national security. after the 9/11 attacks, he was put in charge of the fbi's extensive counter terrorism branch. he became the bureau's executive director of counterintelligence. he led a number of high-profile investigations including the breakup of a plot to blow up new york subways in 2009 and later that year the case of the would-be underwear bomber and christmas day. he also took part in the investigation of an attempted car bombing in times were in 2010. in 2004, he was named deputy director of the fbi and a serving in the number two position when police asked him to fulfill the top spot of the tsa. today he oversees 60,000 employees to provide security at more than 450 airports and through the fede
that insurance claims could top $2 billion. >>> this morning, a mother -- an indiana mother speaks out about sacrificing her own safety as she used her body to shield her two children from the storm. stephanie decker picked up her two kids from school early in henryville, indiana. all three of them went into the basement before the tornado struck and waited out the storm. she shares what happened once the tornado hit from her hospital bed. >> and as soon as the glass broke, the house started shifting. and he was crying, and he was screaming. he's 8. so -- and reece is 5. i took a blanket, and i -- i pulled it over my children, and i tied it in a knot. i tied it so they were in this blanket tied in a knot. and everything started hitting my back, beams, pillars, furniture, everything was just slamming into my back. but i had my children in the blanket, and i was on top of them. and i was reaching around holding them. they were screaming, mommy, i can't live without you. i don't want to die. >> stephanie lost parts of both legs from the debris. neither of her two children was hurt. once the tor
of henryville, indiana. home video shows the tornado approaching here with winds of at least 170 miles an hour. one man pulled his neighbors from their trailer and into his house before that twister struck. but the family of five which included a toddler found 10 miles away from her home in a field did not survive. >> very saddening to hear the whole family passed away and i was sitting right there holding their hands just seconds before they died. >> reporter: the remnants of henryville high school provide more evidence of the storm's power. the roof was ripped right off. books that used to be inside litter the area for miles. >> a man is charged with second-degree murder tonight for allegedly stabbing his neighbor over an argument about a dog. the suspect as campaign volunteer with a ward 7 council candidate. derrick ward was in court when the suspect appeared late this afternoon. >> reporter: it's a section of ward 7 in southeast where the residents take pride in their lawns and civic duty and dogs and where they actively seek a peaceful coexistence among the three. >> they put something in
are showing." she's referred to as the indiana jones of genealogy, so it's no wonder that c-span chose o select this -- chose to select this session for broadcast today. and, please, let's welcome megan smol enyak. [applause] >> thank you. >> how did this journey begin for you? >> i got into genealogy way back into the sixth grade. it was a homework assignment for meshe cede us go home -- made us go home and find where our surnames were from. and i remember actually feeling sorry or for my class mates because most of them were crowded around the british aisles, and i had -- isles, and i had the whole of the then-soviet union to myself. [laughter] that's when i realized, hey, there's something a little bit different about my heritage, and that's all it took to spark my curiosity. and i happened to live in the d.c. area, so i was the twisted 16-year-old. i wanted to turn 16 not to get a driver's license, but to be able to go to the national archives without an adult. i saved up my allowance to buy death certificates. [laughter] >> did this trouble your parents? >> yeah. but i was already t
was not inside when the roof blew over. >>> students in henryville indiana are preparing to head back to school. the superintendent says returning to class could return as early as next week. almost half of the town's school was destroyed in last week's tornado and officials are trying to sort out where students are going to go. >> i think it's good because i would rather be back in school than not be in school and doing nothing all day. >> hard part is before they can get back to the temporary locations the superintendent says they have to get inspections done before everyone can return to class. the fire marshal and health department have to look into it how quickly those things happen will depend on when school gets back in session. >> you are talking about the weather we have experienced lately. it was 70 yesterday and 70, 71 but it was so windy it was hard to enjoy knee got gust up to 40 miles an hour across-- >> we got gusts up to 40 miles an hour across some parts. the only difference is we will change the wind dreck from the southwest to the north -- direction from the southwest to the
than three days and will end in california with a rally in sacramento on monday. >>> in indiana a man is now recovering after a 3,000-pound concrete vault fell on a graveyard worker. that man survived. the vault pinned him. all of this is wednesday morning. he and a coworker were lowering that vault into the ground when the accident happened. doctors say the man lost some circulation to his legs, but otherwise, get this, he's expected to be just fine. >>> we learned overnight that a skier swept away in an avalanche near lake tahoe has died. one of them was able to get out and call for help. rescue teams reached the man a couple of hours and they got him to an ambulance. he later died at a hospital. rescuers say the group was skiing in the back country area of those mountains. >>> near sacramento, california, a car crashed into not one, not two, but three northern california homes. police say a jeep cherokee was driving so fast that the driver lost control on a curb, smashed through a fence, hit a few tree stumps and then hit all three homes. that jeep finally careened into house num
if that is what is happening across illinois and indiana. this is drifting toward baltimore. i think we will get the whole day tried but some of the rain may last into early tomorrow morning. the clouds are rushing in the head of the system. there is no precedent -- precipitation but they will thicken up. i think it will be a couple of degrees warmer. breezy and smiled with a chance of some rain showers. -- mild with a chance of some rain showers. the average is 51. we will not break any records. the record high is 83 back in 2000. the rain showers are likely. cloudy skies. temperatures in the 40's. the sunset at 6:06. tomorrow, the system may move across the coast. if you are up early, you may see some rain. it will be a little chillier. the high-temperature expected in the mid 50's. 55 on friday. the rain will clear up in the afternoon. right now it looks like a dry weekend. colder, but not bad for this time of the year. don't forget before you go to bed saturday night to set your clocks ahead one hour. temperatures should go back into the 60's. >> 5:50. coming up, or does peyton manning think
and then will end in california with a rally in sacramento on monday. >>> indiana now a man is recovering after a 3,000-pound concrete vault fell on a graveyard worker. he survived. the vault pinned him on wednesday morning. he and a coworker were lowering that vault into the ground when the accident happened. doctors say the man lost some circulation to his legs but will otherwise be fine. >>> we've learned overnight skiers swept away in an after lampleg near lake tahoe has died. one of them was able to get out and call for help. rescue teams reached the man a couple of hours later and got him to an ambulance. he later died at a hospital. rescuers say the group was skiing in the back country area in the mountains. >>> near sacramento, california, a car crashed into one -- not one, but three homes in northern california. police say the jeep cherokee driver was going so fast yesterday, he smashed through a curb, went through a fence, hit a tree stump and plowed through three homes. that jeep finally careened into house number three, smashing into the side of that building. no word yet on any charges
from those tornadoes that tore through indiana, kentucky and tennessee on friday. four people -- 40 that is, 40 people now confirmed dead. the weather is not helping in the recovery. jim is here with more on that. >> thank you. survivors of the storms are trying to regain a sense of normalcy, but that's being complicated by several inches of wet, heavy snow. a big danger to already fragile buildings there. they could come down under the weight. the soggy and cold conditions add to the dismal scene homeowners look over. this snow covered slap is where stephanie decker used to live. as the tornado approaches her home, she rushed her 8-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter down into the basement. she used her body to shield the children as the home collapsed around them. the kids weren't hurt but decker lost both her legs. >> i prayed to have the strength to survive. i wanted these kids to have a mom, and that i did not want them to grow up without me. >> how strong she is, and, you know, i knew before but people talk about all the time, the sacrifice of a mother. mothers will do anythi
declaration in indiana as several communities continue to clean up from the deadly storms. henriville was hardest hit and yesterday players from the indianapolis colts pitched in to clean the debris. >> given our community a great deal of hope, and they're trying to get everything ready for new building and get it in as fast as possible. >> pep you, brings you up. you know what i mean? makes you feel wonderful inside. >> 13 people in indiana were killed in last friday's tornado outbreak. >>> in news of the world, in columbia thousands of people clashed with police during a protest to demand better public transportation in bogota. macked demonstrators threw rocks against buses yesterday and in turnery on the police used teargas and water cannons in an tome to disburse the protestors. today people were arrested and one police officer was injured. the violence followed peaceful demonstrations earlier in the day against the delays and overcrowding of buses. >>> and new this morning, former united nations secretary general kofi annan is in syria. this weekend he is acting as u.n. arab leag
minister, he graduated from anderson university in indiana, and indiana law school in indianapolis. he joined the fbi in 1983 in minneapolis. he worked in new york before moving to washington, dc to supervise it's organized crime section. since 1999, when he helped lead the inquiry into crash of egypt air flight 990, he has worked on some of the nation's highest profile cases involving national security. after the 9/11 attacks he was put in charge of the fbi's expanded counterterrorism branch, becoming the bureau's executive assistant director of counterterrorishing and counterintelligence. pistole led or was involved in a number of high profile investigations, including the 2003 suicide bombings in riyadh, saudi araina, the brakeup of a plot to bomb new york city subways in 2009, and the case of the would-be underware bomber on a detroit-bound jet on christmas day, and took part in the investigation of an attempted car bombing in times square in 2010. in 2004 he was named deputity directyear of the fbi and was serving serving in the number two position when president obama tapped him
a list of others who have been busted trying to skirt their civic duty. a judge forced this indiana man to wear this sign, after he bailed on jury duty of a lunch break. liz lemon from "30 rock" gave it the old college try. >> i don't think it's fair for me to be on a jury because i'm a hologram. >> you seem fine to me. report to jury room "b." >> reporter: cole has been charged with felony perjury and attempting to influence a public servant. each count comes with a pretty big fine and up to six years in jail. >> i'm not an educated woman. i broke a law. i don't know what i did. >> reporter: soon, it will be cole's turn in front of a jury. for "good morning america," rob nelson, abc news, new york. >>> a lot more to come on the broadcast. vanished, the fbi joining the search for a 15-year-old last seen leaving for school. why her family's convinced she was kidnapped. >>> plus, is she the teeniest puppy on the planet? look at her there among the beanie babies. her name is beyonce. her survival story is extraordinary. she's a "gma" exclusive you don't want to miss. >> and we'll meet the
? alabama, arizona, arkansas, colorado, florida, georgia, idaho, indiana, kansas, kentucky, alabama, north carolina, oklahoma, south carolina, tennessee, texas and wyoming. in vermont they allow the kids it paddle the teachers. it's a little liberal. it's the other way around. [ laughter ] i only have a minute. carlson, are you for or against corporal punishment in school? >> i don't think there is any place for this in school right now. especially in some of these states. some -- the parents don't even have to know about it before their kids might be paddled in 2012. >> bill: you say no corporal punishment and you say, tammy? >> i don't agree with it. >> i think every parent doesn't want their bureaucracy, a bureaucrat touching their child whether to he remove them from a campus to have an abortion or to beat them up. i think it's really about having it be in the parent's hands, it's archaic and needs to go. >> bill: i never laid hands on any kid as a former teacher. the kid is out of control, isolate the kid in the school and call the parents right away. get the parents in there and say
weekend. that's next in your updated first winning forecast. >>> a school bus clipped a bridge in indiana, killing the driver and one student. the bus was carrying students to an indianapolis school when it crashed before 8 this morning. one side of the bus was peeled back in the collision. at least eight other children were also injured. two critically. the pavement was wet but the cause of the accident is under investigation. >>> a residential street looks like a demolition derby in one pennsylvania town. dozens of people in the mount washington, pennsylvania neighborhood awake to find their cars smashed. police say a drunk driver sped down the street this morning slamming into one car and another. no one was injured. >>> in today's health watch you know drinking sweet drinks can lead to obesity. in tonight's washington wizard health watch a new study finds it could hurt your heart. randall pinkston reports for wjz. >> reporter: 60-year-old morris mcwilliams knew it was time to see his doctor when he began having chest pains. he was diagnosed with high blood pressure, high cholesterol a
, arlington, and prince george's county. a cool front is producing rain in western indiana and ohio. between now and then we'll have a lot of clouds. sunrise is in less than a half an hour and we'll have temperatures in the 60s to near 70 with a blustery wind this afternoon. look at the evening planner. that chance for rain, that will be in ten minutes. danella, how's traffic? >> good morning. an update. the crash is out of the roadway. it's in your shoulder lane. jammed out of frederick and slow through urbana. chopper 4 is live over i-270 in germantown. you can see southbound picking up a lot of volume but you're still traveling at a decent travel speed. not seeing any accidents. you can see you're starting to hit the brakes a bit in germantown. traveling inside the beltway, not bad at all. 61 miles an hour at east-west highway. kenilworth, you're at 63 mails an hour. not seeing any issues. eun, over to you. >> new from overnight, firefighters responded to a call at the fbi building in northwest. a small fire started there around 1:30. we're told it started in a trash can in one of the upp
, which you all have been reading about in indiana and tennessee and illinois we always get tornadoes and severe storms with hail etc.. there are a group of scanners that will go from door to door from state to state following the storm. we call them storm shapers -- storm chasers. travelers come seasonally depended on what the issues are. they will follow a disaster and the door to door and say things like i just repaired your neighbors's approved and i have some material left over. be happy to give you a discount on your repair for your house because i have got one more day that i am going to be here. if you can decide right now. there is this high-pressure sale, concerned that your going to make a deal right now. we did it for your neighbor. they are trying to give a number of areas comfort with respect to i have already been in your neighborhood at southern. we have seen people get on the roof and make damage so that they can ostensibly repair it. a lot of times the insurance company gets involved where they talk the person into signing of their ability to take the money etc.. it
baptist church of hammond, indiana was packed this morning as mourners said goodbye to corrections officer britany meux. she was killed and three of her fellow officers were injured when they were struck by a hit and run driver while jogging last week.meux, who began her career as a marine, was honored with a huge turnout by law enforcement personnel from near and far. this is a tribute to the officer. the way the law enforcement community it turned out. they came from as far away as new york and florida. it is just ... the thin blue line was there to support the family. 42-year-old jason cozmanoff turned himself in late last week. he's charged with multiple counts of failing to stop after an accident involving death and serious injury. only a couple days of freedom left for rod blagojevich. the former governor must report to a colorado federal prison on thursday. he'll be spending his last time in chicago with his family -- and the media. blagojevich is planning one last news conference before leaving for the federal pen. having been a witness at the trial reporters asked mayor emanuel t
of experience to help you get there. ♪ >>> the recovery continues in henryville, indiana following last week's deadly tornadoes. water service has been restored to much of the area. but officials say it is still not safe to drink. volunteers are helping as much as they can and coming up in our 9:00 hour, we are talking with samaritans first. it is an organization that is helping with he relief efforts in henryville right now. >>> and a mother who survived the storms is sharing her story. stephanie decker shielded her children as two tornadoes hit their henryville home. >> what a story it is. her injuries catastrophic. both her legs had to be amputate but she is alive to tell her story and so are her children. >> we have a closer look this morning. >> reporter: just behind this concrete slab lies the remains of the decker's home. the wood and brick no match for an ef-4 tornado. unthinkable anyone could shriver this. >> it started to rattle and shake more. >> this is where stephanie decker was with her kids, dominic and reese. she wrapped her kids in a blanket and laid on top of them. >> one w
. that's why mitch daniels, former governor of indiana, he says, look, this is a national-- we're on the road to national ruin. and we kind of almost ignoring this as our nation's finances get worse and worse and not paying the attention we should. >> clayton: mitch daniels says we need to get this under control otherwise the financial disaster is looming. i want to throw you some liberal signs here that paul krugman rolled out. roll with this. >> see what i can do for you. >> clayton: i enjoy your response it paul krugman. he says the debt isn't a big deal at all. look, the right wing is having us believe it's a problem. we're borrowing money against ourselves it's not money we owe foreign country. it's false debt. . >> i he says the stimulus plan should have been much bigger, not one trillion, 2 or 3 trillion dollars and that debt doesn't matter we're borrowing at a low rate of interest. here is problem. the rate of interest is going up. it's more expensive for america to borrow and we're at that tripping point where we're paying so much in interest on all of this debt that a
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